newshour, the budget stalemate in the senate; family planning in guatemala; the debate over fees for debit cards; and a new book from david brooks. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: there were more protests across the middle east today. police opened fire on protesters in yemen, injuring at least 50 of them. separately, thousands of inmates rioted at a prison in sanaa, demanding the president step down. in neighboring bahrain, three hardline shiite muslim groups announced they have formed a new movement to convert the sunni monarchy into a republic. and in egypt, coptic christians protested in cairo overnight. they held up crosses and waved egyptian flags, demanding an end to discrimination from the muslim majority. in pakistan, a car bomb killed 20 people today, and wounded more than 100. it happened in faisalabad, the third largest city in the country. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, and said the target was the main intelligence agency for pakistan, the i.s.i. the bomb was detonated by remote control, and destroyed a gas station and an airline office.